For nine seasons from 1972 to 1981, the Walton family was America's family. Viewers' hearts were captured by the story of John and Olivia Walton, their seven children, Grandpa and Grandma as they faced the Depression and World War II with not much more than a love of the land and the rock-solid support of each other. This elegiac final season is the ideal capstone to the Emmy-honored and lovingly remembered series. The Walton boys endure terrifying dangers in Europe and the Pacific, then gratefully return to Walton's Mountain when the war ends. Peace brings new challenges, but also new beginnings and - for many of the family, young and old - new love. Share the final good night with The Waltons.
In Season Three, John-Boy heads off to college - and life will never be the same. Change has come to Walton's Mountain. But one thing will never change: the powerful family bond that keeps the Waltons forever together. Both topical and timeless, the third season sees the Waltons facing the age-old issues of family: holding children close and letting them go, doing without and making do.
In the dire days of the Depression, a Virginia family stays together in this beloved and wholesome saga, seen through the eyes of John-Boy (Richard Thomas), the eldest of seven children. In season one, John-Boy saves his father's life; beloved mother Olivia copes with polio; and the Walton family bond endures a variety of other trials. Guest stars include Ned Beatty, Sissy Spacek and John Ritter.
Enduring another year of the Depression, the Waltons know that love is the best weapon against the hardships of life. In the second season, Thanksgiving joy turns to worry as John-Boy (Richard Thomas) suffers a head injury. Later, he makes the family proud as he graduates from high school. Plus, a corporation wants to buy Walton's Mountain. Sissy Spacek, John Ritter and Ron Howard guest star.
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